The Association for Learning Technology’s Open Access Repository
The Association for Learning Technology’s Open Access Repository was formally launched at ALT’s annual conference ALT-C in September and is now available. The repository represents a long-awaited development in ALT’s work and services as it allows users to contribute assets and make them available via the repository. Since it went online the repository has had about 10,000 visitors, browsing, searching for and downloading journal articles, conference presentations, links to webinar recordings and similar content.
The repository currently contains post-prints from the ALT’s peer-reviewed journal ALT-J from its inception in 1993 to Vol. 16 (2007) and will be updated periodically with new volumes 18 months after publication by Routledge. The repository also contains items relating to:
- ALT-C conference
- ALT events and webinars
- Learning Technology topics, events or publications
- ALT Members
- ALT’s Certified Membership Scheme – CMALT
- ALT Special Interest Groups such as the recently established Learning Environment Review SIG (LERSIG)
- exemplars of best practice
- guides for good practice in design & use of education technologies
- research papers
- sector reports related to e-learning
- wiki-based content that can be added to and extended by practitioners
For further information or if you would like to contribute assets visit
You can also create your own user account on the repository homepage.